WASHINGTON -- The case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, is a challenge to a Mississippi law that prohibits nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.
Stanton Public Policy Center believes this is the most critical abortion case since Roe v. Wade.
Stanton Public Policy Center is a women's advocacy and educational group that works on issues of human rights and justice which empower and inspire women. It is affiliated with Stanton Healthcare which has life-affirming women's health clinics in America and internationally.
Stanton Founder and CEO, Brandi Swindell, and Stanton's Chief Strategy Officer, Rev. Patrick Mahoney, will be holding a news conference on Tuesday, May 18, at 1:00 P.M.
The news conference will be on the public sidewalk in front of the United States Supreme Court.
Stanton Healthcare was instrumental in helping pass "heartbeat" legislation in Idaho just last month. See link below to news article:
Brandi Swindell, CEO and Founder of Stanton Healthcare, states:
"We applaud the United States Supreme Court for agreeing to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. It is our hope this will be a major step in dismantling Roe v. Wade and help bring an end to abortion violence in America.
"At Stanton, we acknowledge the fact that when an abortion happens, a beating heart is stopped and a life is forever ended. Abortion is not women's health care. Medical professionals take an oath to 'do no harm.' If ending the heartbeat of a tiny baby is not the epitome of 'harm,' then I don't know what is."
Rev. Patrick Mahoney, Chief Strategy Officer for Stanton Public Policy Center, adds:
"Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization is the most important abortion case since Roe v. Wade. One of the main reasons: it focuses on the humanity of the child and reminds all of us abortion is an act of violence against innocent children.
"Stanton Public Policy Center and Purple Sash Revolution will be giving a national call for all who embrace human rights and ending abortion violence to join us for a massive prayer vigil and rally in front of the Supreme Court on Sunday, October 4. This is the day before the new fall term of the court begins."
SOURCE Stanton Public Policy Center